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I always love reading insights into other people’s routines and schedules, so thought I’d share my own morning routine with you today.
On the days when I am not working, I typically do the same thing. I wake up, in theory before Bryce, and the first thing I do is write down the highlights from the previous day in this memory book I got from Amazon, usually because I forget to do it the night before if we’re being honest. It’s been awesome reflecting on the day and will be even more rewarding to read back what I wrote over time.
Next up, I head downstairs for a few minutes alone before the craziness of the day begins. Bryce typically goes down at 7:30 pm and he wakes up around 6:45 am. I’m usually up a little before 6 and although I wish I could sleep more, I find that this quiet time helps me get some tasks off my to do list and leaves me with a better focus on the day than a few more minutes of sleep would. I love my little quiet time in the morning by myself. Sometimes it’s only a few minutes, but I’ll take it and I love being able to start my day before Bryce is up!
I grab a hot cup of coffee, take my Nature Made® multi vitamin and either take care of a few things on the computer or watch the news on TV. It’s definitely become a habit to take my vitamins in the morning and I’m glad, otherwise I would definitely forget. But it’s important to make them a priority, because a Mama’s mind-body health is oh so important for her littles!
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Once my body has moved around a bit and if Bryce is still sleeping, I’ll get my workout done for the day. Usually, it’s T25 or 21 Day Fix DVDs- they are effective and 30 minutes or less- perfect! On the days when I run out of time to do a DVD in the early morning, I’ll do it during naptime or even during the day while Bryce plays (he loves doing squats with me- adorable!), or…we will head out for a stroller run while the weather is still nice.
Then, it’s a quick shower and Bryce is usually up and at ‘em! I get him dressed for the day and we make some breakfast together and start our day!
There you have it- a glimpse into our morning routine. Nothing too crazy, but it works for the time being!
Do you have a morning routine? Please share!
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